I'm using a PAS system that I created and I love it. But I have to be honest, it has been A LOT of work to keep it updated as I'm constantly growing. I started the PAS on October 1, 2006 and I've updated it about 10 times since then. I use a plain 3 ring binder with dividers. I edit everything by using MS word, and as a result I do a lot of typing and printing.
One problem I had with the creation of my PAS, was that I wasn't sure in the beginning what my life purpose was. But after working and re-writing over and over, things started to became clearer for me.
In my PAS I have:
* my favorite Pavlina articles that I feel are important to me right now
* my 30,60, and 90 day goals
* a sheet where I rate areas of my life by the month (example: health = 3)
* my 2, 5, and 10 year goals
* my life purpose
* quotes on success
* journal for writing short paragraphs on how I feel my day has went
* six most important things I have to do for the day (to-do list)
* vision boards (pictures I use to visualize what I want in my life)
* calender and schedules of things I have to do (for time management)
It's actually more complicated than what I have just wrote, but it would take me about an hour to explain exactly what is in my PAS. It took me about a week to create it and I constantly update it every week. It's time intensive but it helps me become aware of what it is I really want.
So that's my PAS
PS: I carry my PAS with me everywhere I go, because sometimes I get ideas and I write them down. Also, by having it near me, I can constantly remind myself of where I want to go in life. It's now impossible for me NOT to look at my goals. It requires discipline to be like this, but I'm enjoying it